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t I I I u Jf IT liUJJJB if in the fence spread a slicker over J Protect the Red Man. it. Circle the horses round and 1 vo mat break, jau mar ttamnbe jt I if you round the lot. throw the rope at Bq1 ,be e?" of, Bul ' 7 i eufti rouau it Uli. and ftOLTH BOCBI). Ko. I. No. 31, Ko. S. Ko. 31. ra!rbger Freight, Pat.tier Paeucr Arrl:2&aoi ArrB 00am Arr 1 :2tpac Ar50:)pni Eacepl Lv. 1 :30am Lt. 6 :0uam L. 1 ifpm fcundnjrii. Not. I ud make flow oocreciioB with all traiaa acuta, eaal and at Fort Worth. BOUT Bo CM) Wo. J. No. 3C. No. 4. No. 86. ArrJ:4Sam ArrS:tipm Arr.2.10i.m Lt. 4:15am Lt. 2:V.aro Lt. 8:SSm Lt. 2:sm Sotdays. Ko S anl 4 make connection with all traiaa Til of KaoaasCu;. Noa. at and 3 are lh sew faat traiaa. No. I. No. 131 No. 132 No. 1M Pastieccer Paaaeniter Passenger Mixed. rrl:Kum Lt. 2i45pm Ar.l2:09pin Ar.ll-ttpm N.B: No Train, on tblsllne run on Sundays. How to Judge a Mule and How to Hang It. If you know the pedigree of a mule the aire and mother, and "its sisters,, aunts and cousins, who you reckon by the dozens" you could scarcely miss your judg xnent on a mule eren though you were blindfolded. I have in my mind's eye, Tobe, a mule given me by my father, which commanded $200 .00 in cash. He stood full 17 bands in his sock feet. A body of fine proportions, keen loving eyes, and glossy black Lair. lie could walk 40 miles a day under the saddle in the east lie was too high minded to be a bit snobbish, and if hitched beside -ajnnla. iKar hal ri rim! u nuuili aaujr birwgni or he would out of hk traces and stand there. It was Joaquin Miller who said Man, nod man only, makes war on fiis brother. " the mule s neck, and if it stops there you are all right. But njoet frequently it slips over the body and the mule runs out of it Some times it tightens on the foot Keep on till you get it on the neck, then "set to it" with all the help at your command, till you choke him down. Then three or four boys jump astride the mule and put a halter with a long rope attached to it, over its head, still keeping the lariat about his neck at ten sion. When you get off, unless you aro thoroughly familiar with the "old master." you had better have a "Parliamentary Drill," be fore tampering with the business sections of that mule. And whether the lights and shadows fall evenly or unevenly, A mule in a mule for a' that and a' thai, A mule is a mule (or a' mat. Mamie Bibge. W E Stumpb, alloting agent of the eastern section of the Co manche reservation, writes J A Lee, Esq,, under dale of Decem ber 7: "This work (allotment) will be stopped from today nntil Congress takes farther action. We are now packing np and will move into Anadarko today, and just as soon as we can get through with the disposition of government property in my charge I will ran down and see von." Rash Springs Landmark. The Express will give the fol lowing combination on newspapers to all new subscribers: The Weekly Express and The Kansas City Times $1.00. The Kansas City Star $1.00. The Kansas City Journal $1 .00. The Times is purely Democratic, and the best in the west. The Star is independent, and fearless in politics. scrihor fnt. j , . "- uoar year. Old subscriber wim . , cue w ior a in advance will be same choice. Several years ago,the GrcatFather at Washinfton discovered that a combination of Indian and whiskey was more than he could handle. Wih the consent of congress h secured a law forever hairing fire water from Indian reservations. If tha beer and whiskey companies wer asleep then , they have beta awake ever tiuce, ind many an la- dian, in tne Chickasaw nation aid in Pauls ValUy, has passed in bi earth- I r rhwra an1 laBniViAi ttta Tt I s J - eanoe apon the murky waters of the Styx, solely througk tha agency of bad liquor. Of white men and niggers the government recks not a cuss. It has niggers to burn, and white mtn to export to the Philippines, bat if on of J. George's precious Indians should show np on the want list the Dawes commission woald loses year's salary by having one less to count. But if tac f oversment pays for all this fuss abeut protecting the Indian, why is he not protected ouce or twice a week, instead of two times per anaum? Does it hurt an Indian worse to get druuk during court? And if the whiskey was bad whiskey with which Marshal Ham mer saw fit to anoiat the railroad track Saturday evening, was all the rest good whiskey? And will the whiskey which will come to today and tomorrow, and not be spilled, be good whisky? Of course its none of our funeral nor out liquor; its between our glorious country and its wards, the aborigines. But it makes you smile to see the sudden and violent determination cracks whiskey Jags for fifteen minutes, and uses the conventional corkscrew the rest of he year. Paula Valley News. Short Orders. The Regular Meals. LOBE RESTAURANT. W. C. IlTSEIL., Proprietor. Phone 11 . Open Day and Sight. tit n $26 t Chicago and Re i urn via Great Buck Island Route. Tt.l.At. A.. ..1A XTad OQtk December 9th. wes The mule business in th tern country was stagnated until "oouw African war broke out, Wot every buyer sent here was , j 6 uimt or tbe-r ages. I know mo I. . who almost hrtr- Weif in si and 92 by selling off cattle and investing in mules. Last year he put in every mule he bad at over fiv nn,i .i u?. about 17 - mem to South Africa ,Iaymmte Pture of T ftcr"9 or more, where " iiuie Mexican lackal, the K lucayandTennessee To secure an extra extension r I hii f 1 ) V a t accorded thJ . D Pessary to hj n aaaition, which will Either of these papers w,l, J ? X.'00. '"nig-,0 you the news of the world ,,.J 1 U"g' P t0 includ- markets and - .. December 19th. wiuto ti t" B""v'"' "formation, wi'ile the Kxnresa wilt t Mrs. H. S. WESTBROOK, PHOTGRAPHER. Takes pictures of Babies with Patience, and Can make hand some pictures from common faces. Try me. FttB OPES D1X AD XIGHT. MEALS AD SHORT ORDERS, EYERyTHIAG II SE(S0I. STAR RESTAURANT. LADIES' TABLE, Z. X McFarland, Prop. LUNCH COUNTER. CHICK ASH A. I.T. life il xiv vi i vfc i ifeii1 V U xi l Vt vf t vi viz SPECIAL ATTEXTIOS CITEX 51 7 Clf.YlVmT) TIKL'S 1 15 SPECIALTY. --a TO ALL WORK. 4 W. R. TAYLOR, . TIN SHOP 0. i 3rd. St, Opposite Postoffice. CHICKASHA, IND. TEE. g Af A lr A t-n n a. .. , - xnresa wilt t "'P'ngcarreRprrn. Posted on territorv and hom t,0n ftt Cll"'ckasha, soon as no. Von cannot afford to h SlbIe' Bnd be of a berth, as al " tuivui; I f . r.. 111 i iih comnmation. One r,n0. ' " w'" De "oded. ft jwur nniiKo . i "fcuhuuiif inr tnn either of the Kansas City paper, l y" 0,d b l the wav CIlfHlK anrt t 1. ... . . iritML. I i tit . I I . ucaet at thi? K.v,jr ,euncea rate to Chicago rrturn, and rebHy from nicagotoyonr point of dest "oa which will every week! BY CtlOOSf nnrl lir . . Express. A physician, wh certainly k new en the broacho filly, the rra,i i:. ixny mare with it long mane ng its shoulder, and tail ,ngtflecUrlymesqUi(e,afew thoroughbml. scarcely acclimated nd ,t will e more difficult to lllilin it aa .-6" " e onspring. They all l0k Pretty, gii(Jing gracefuJ, over the broad prairie, p gra 'og quietly on the trra. To the lover of natur ,! imals, they form a beautiful pi ture. And th no . -"-"-i-uoujujlm eve una a difficulty in discerning l"cuu uve oiack mule and oeiorea man gets hold of n wun nis hhears. After you Lave sized up the i.u u uecidecl whether ant a little mule, was bent for an invalid blue 8'rutk a life-saving caper' 7, "U"W1" iinsiiny hue. was flul W7l lL Town'' nd WBS. lle? "t h the proper tint "fe Invalid is doing business tina- save von ihn.i t0 on the rnnnH f;n luiurmauon consult J t . KlMMEHLT, Local Agent. Attention Republicana The Republican club of Chick aaha win . . """" mi mnrsday night cureanv rBo i ... joiu, iauu. s thn rr a . A II A - . ' " "Hi'. . . - ' . . uumi ... uKKMU are authorized to re- UOU8e Ior ,ne P"Pose of transact AND COBS! McAlesler Fancy Lump Coal. Arkansas Fancy Lump Coal. On Hand and For Sale by Chickasha MIJing Co. attention One Minute. a Book and fvlap of tiio GomanGhe Reservation. Made from Personal Obsprvatiou and Actual Surveys of the ground, and can bode pended on as abso lutely correct. Streams are shown just as they ex ist, school sections marked and an accurate de scription of all the land given. THE BEST BOOK In print of this Reservation, and the moist reliable. The book bas fifty pages and a large map.- l'EICE 60 CENTS. Sent to any one postpaid on re ceipt of price. Address, D. P. SMITH, ARCHITECT and Civil Engineer. Plans and Spcciflcatiens Accurately Drawn. Or for sale at Carruthers BookStore, Chickasha, I. T. E. HAMILTON, Attorney-at-Law. REFEREE IN BANKRPTCY. .VOTaKY PUBLIC Office over CttUenH back. J. D. BRIDGES, LAWYER, Real Estate, Pension, General Agent and Notary Public Office on 4th St. anuthof Chickasha Avooue 11. D. OartdHon. F. . Kiddla DAVIDSON A RIDDLE, ATTORN I ES at LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. Chickasha. Oltlcc la llourlauil building. lod Tc'J N. M. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law. Iffloe Id Carey k FHzpalrlck bulldinjf.t BEAVERS k SAYER Attorneys at Law. Office In rear of Citizen. Dank. rhlckaaba, : : Indian Territory 0 We are going to close out oUrTeam CIIA8. H. FECHIIEIMER, Attom ey at Law. Alter Melton. ' AIELTON & MORRIS. Attorn eys-at-Law. Chickasha, INd. tee. 11. L. GRIGABY Atromey at Law. courts in the Territory. Practice; u- f. holding h 3i in single ply trace, Mil turn back. ib Leather filled bick. 300 lines, 225 bridles, (I) 9) usual YOU TAKB Kt rnivor. Snrnl.r,.. a... .. . rl l vr -j UlUIUUIine as t will uuu yillir minot . inn I . . . Wli to cure P i"'7" f. . V""" 08,De88- WOMW. Itemember the " me 7; " req0e8,ed- nromolinw. v " T' 1 J- A. Bhidges. Pre- 1 1 V 1. iv IVnltn. II.. . ' - -..rf t piiqmie, aeo, an- ic- you bip- mulo. - aize mule, the purpoae you want it for will help your Then proceed to hang it:Cut out . bunch with a grey mare j i, if possible. Drive to a corral with a crvwl ni.nL o 1'ua louce II you have it, if not on wire one.. If the gate is tot good, or a break Santa Clause!" ft 1$ hame tu, li pole set, a w k --wm vu inniii nil rnnn.-, lir MyjUBt a iew seta left nnd f r, v Dtive J discontinue the team harness g a8 W havo ded to H V Vf O ra a.-i HOLDING & BOND; Ailrn.?ysat low. Chi 1 1 T fflce B,""n-. Ter CLARK JAMES. n. t. MARTIN, El TOYS. p WAGONS. tJUUKS and PAPERS of EVERY DESCRIPTION. CHRISTMAS GOODS OF ALL KINDS. A rrt ii i - LINED TYPEWRITER . SUPPLIES. ETC. Subscriptions PnrkreJ7d f0r any nodical i-uousnea. at rmblish CARUTHER8- BOOK STORE. --iwi 3333U STAPLE AND FANCY GROCRRiPQ OCR MOTTO Dc C.f to 0U,erS M yo U'onM Hlr Tlir prer run , ' 00 Hni Jon-" inr.niAHAfci AKKORDS FOR THE MDIVRY. O. K. LIVERY STABLE MATTf!TTIT m.. ' --il.UM. 'anM Good Teams, Good Rigs and c Pan f..:u -r"t0.V', oraer. -"wmpuutits. Excursion Parf, iuiivcvHM rr inn : i - Phone ivo. . ou.aity. ' a . . T - M. , LAWyfr Texas landa for aale or trade. Chickasha, .i.:'.0! J - nNSOK, M. 'd?. Phys.un & Sump nr. Offi!.rp,lr A" a or .-ha. ReBldtmcq hoo 10. -"ysicianandSu rgeon, PHONK , DE. RpTtYR P.ciin.a"l Surgeon. "Peelalatteotlon: "r.T, Pnctlc W Surpoonc.K.1 a p . M,"nr. yjician & Surgeon Ph.oe No. I ----""CKASHA' r r. C. P. BKOVVN Ph ' ffl-e 'phot., rsi B 7Ba?nv V6rS PiLn & Sur. ' n'caaiiha lir.... r,. . " f Gilbert, " 1 "'"'KHr A OILBBkt?" Att?.& 5 Law. QCO. T. SOSTOjM, Hardware; Tinware, Pumps, windmills. Make epeeialty of all kinds of Galranized Iron Work nA work in Connection. Estimates iritPn n V,0' . D Paii Bk . " 6-iuieu iron cornice. , . v-nr, Plixpitrlt buijlf SCAH. lad.T.r. lr. B. W. FH.4t.vi. TUAB 0;r; in" ipol to aIiy part of c NIGHT OR DAY